Tag Archives: The Devil

Merry Meet Magazine Issue 66 Imbolc 2020

MM 66 CoverNews & Comment – A Climate of Activism; Plea to record tree graffiti; Second Pocklington chariot burial found; Bluestones being robbed; Iron Age grave discoveries
Article – The Dragon of Christchurch
Feature – Dorset Fairy Folklore
Article – Lundy Rocks
Article – Kartof the Fiddler
Reviews – Christmas Frolics – The Mellstock Band; Beauty of Blackmore – John Blackmore
Folklore Guide – a four-monthly guide

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Merry Meet Magazine Issue 72 Imbolc 2022

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News & Comment – The Odinic (far) right; HS2 archaeological digs start to bear fruit; Remarkable mosaic found in Rutland
Article – Folklore of Avebury
Feature – Traditions of Imbolc and Candlemas
Article – The Goldstone
Article – Athelhampton’s Ghosts
ReviewWrackline by Fay Hield


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Merry Meet Magazine Issue 61 Winter 2018

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Comment – Merry Meet is Changing
News – Archaeological ‘Bad Practise’ in Somerset; Roman ‘Healing Dog’ found in Gloucestershire; Yorkshire Woodhenge Discovered; Possible Human Sacrifice in Somerset
Feature – Thomas Hardy’s Ghosts
Song – Yuletide in a Younger Time
Feature – The Devil’s Den
Article – Montem Mound Update by Eric Fitch
Article – A Maiden’s Grave
Article – The Giant’s Grave
Poem – The Paphian Ball by Thomas Hardy
Reviews Pagan’s Progress – a Ge-Ography Primer by Michael Dames; A Dance with Hermes by Lindsay Clarke
Folklore Diary – Your guide for the next quarter


Merry Meet Magazine Issue 60 Summer 2017

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Comment – Tunnel Vision – the plans for Stonehenge
News – Archaeologists discover earliest-known sacred sit still in use; mapping Britain’s folklore; Odinists claim churches; vandalism at Clava Cairns.
Feature – The Magic of Hares
Article – Purgatory Fields- by Eric Fitch
Feature – Merrivale Ritual Complex
Article – The Giant’s Grave
Reviews Witchcraft – A Hereditary Tradition by Jon Dathen; The Way into Faerie  by Rae Beth
Folklore Diary  – Your guide for the next quarter

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Merry Meet Magazine Issue 47 Winter 2011-12








Comment – The Great British Pub
News – New Evidence on Stonehenge; Pendle Ruin is not Witches Cottage;
Dartmoor Monument revealed; Priddy Circles Arrest; Bronze Roman Cockerel Found;
Glastonbury’s Holy Thorn Killed by Vandals
Article – The Devil & St Pancras (legends of Widecombe)
Article – Well May Ye Bear! – Wassail Chants
Article – Speen Holy Well
Article – The transformative Power of the Wind by Michael Berman
Reviews Ritual by David Pinner; Children of Cain by Michael Howard; The Secrets of Pain by Phil Rickman; Green Men & White Swans by Jaqueline Simpson
What’s On – Your guide for the next quarter

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Merry Meet Magazine Issue 44 Spring 2011



Comment – May Day Madness; nuclear Madness
News – Neolithic Sweat Lodge; Wittenham Clumps Centenery; Stonehenge to be laser Scanned; Pagans in the Census; New Book by Merry Meet Editor
Article – West Kennet Long Barrow
Article – The Devil’s Bridges
Feature – The Magical Tradition: Childe Rowland
Article – Edwardian Stoneseekers
ReviewsA Dreaming For the Witches by Stephen J Yeates; West Kennet Long Barrow by Peter Knight; Sport & Play by James Findlay
What’s On – Your guide for the next quarter

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Merry Meet Magazine Issue 40 Spring 2010



Comment – Anti-science and Belief
News – Dark Age Mercia; Discoveries at Stanton Drew; Stonehenge Research; Pagan Groups Consulted on Reburials; Boscastle Museum Reopens; Cheese Rolling Tradition Threatened
Article – A Most Egg-cellent Time of the Year – Easter Traditions
Article – Some ‘Disputed’ Stones–  the Corscombe Megaliths, Toller Hoar Stones and the Toller Porcorum Font (a Roman Altar?)
Article – A Brief Guide to Spellworking, by Peter Nash
Feature – The Magical Tradition: Widdecombe Fair
ReviewsMysteries by Chrissie Derbyshire; The Language of Birds by Dale Pendell; The Bones of Avalon by Phil Rickman; Georgia Through Its Folktales by Michael Berman and Ketevan Kalandadze
What’s On – Your guide for the next quarter

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